Consider 2022 to have been the year of Bella Hadid in terms of fashion and influence. The name of the supermodel has been on everyone’s lips, from her viral catwalk moments to her eclectic street style, which fashion fans all over the world admire.
Thus, it shocks no one that the model has been named ‘Power Dresser of the Year in Lyst’s Year in Design 2022 gather together; an annual report that determines the most popular brands, products, and trends each year by analyzing the data of its 200 million users.
After she wore them, searches for items like corsets and cargo pants increased over the past year. In general, Hadid contributed to a 1,900% rise in searches for comparable fashions and accessories.
After the model wore quite possibly of the design’s most popular things back in September, the ultra-little stage Ugg boot, which promptly became a web sensation on TikTok, caused a spike in look and sold out.
Bella is ruling over the top fashion magazines like Allure, Elle US, V Magazine, Vogue Japan, CR Fashion Book, and others. She has also appeared in many fashion brands ads like Calvin Klein, DKNY, Max Mara, Ralph Lauren, Fendi, and Versace. In May 2016, Bella hadid became the face of Dior makeup.
The rise of the “weird girl” aesthetic, another important trend that Lyst has noted this year, has also been influenced by Hadid’s fashion.
This style creates a bold, undeniably “weird” ensemble by combining unexpected pieces, patterns, and colours. It has taken over the fashion world, and other stylish celebrities like Gigi Hadid, Kendall Jenner, and Iris Law have adopted the style, which puts a new spin on maximalist clothing.
Hadid went viral not only for her personal style but also for her Coperni catwalk appearance, which Lyst dubbed the “Viral Moment of the Year.” Coperni’s spray paint dress was seen by a lot of people on social media, especially on TikTok, where it got more than one million views. Consequently, there was a 3,000 percent increase in searches for Coperni, making it the most popular fashion month brand.